60X Achromatic Microscope Objective for Compound Microscope

SKU: A60X-V300-3PL

€51,99

Availability: Out of Stock

€51,99

The Higher the Magnification - The More Detail You'll See

Magnification is the ability of your microscope to make small objects seem larger. As the magnification increases the area being viewed will be decrease is size but the detail of the area being viewed will improve.

Amscope microscopes come with multiple magnifications to aid you in finding the proper magnification for viewing each specimen.

Camera Connection Types

When comparing 2.0 and 3.0 there are few major differences. First the transfer rates. USB 2.0 offers transfer rates of 480 Mbps and USB 3.0 offers transfer rates of 4.8 Gbps - that's 10 times faster.

Camera Resolution

The most important factor in ensuring successful microscopic imaging is choosing the appropriate optics and camera for your application that gives you more data and higher image quality. When selecting a microscope camera, it is best to base your decision on the most important requirements for your microscopic observation.

Key Features

  • This brand new 60X Achromatic microscope objective lens fits DIN-standard compound microscopes
  • 60X Magnification Power
  • Achromatic Objective Lens
  • DIN Standard
  • RMS 20mm Mounting Thread (in diameter)

This is a 60X achromatic objective lens for DIN-standard microscopes. Intended primarily for biological applications, it is designed to work with microscopes using 160mm tube-length and 45mm parfocal distance. Achromatic correction provides improved color accuracy and resolution.

Compatibility
Optical System Finite
Mechanical Tube Length 160mm
Mounting Thread RMS 20.32mm
Parfocal Distance 45mm
Lens Specifications
Magnification 60X
Numerical Aperture 0.85
Corrections Achromatic
Cover-glass Thickness 0.17mm
Nosecone Spring
Immersion Medium None
Working Distance 1.66mm
Manufacturer AmScope
Mounting Size Objective-20mm
Objective Iris Without Iris
Objective Mounting Size 20mm
Objective Optics Achromatic
Objective Power 60X
Objective Type Compound , Brightfield , Darkfield
Special Feature Objective-Without Iris
Type Objective-Brightfield , Objective-Darkfield

This is a 60X achromatic objective lens for DIN-standard microscopes. Intended primarily for biological applications, it is designed to work with microscopes using 160mm tube-length and 45mm parfocal distance. Achromatic correction provides improved color accuracy and resolution.

Compatibility
Optical System Finite
Mechanical Tube Length 160mm
Mounting Thread RMS 20.32mm
Parfocal Distance 45mm
Lens Specifications
Magnification 60X
Numerical Aperture 0.85
Corrections Achromatic
Cover-glass Thickness 0.17mm
Nosecone Spring
Immersion Medium None
Working Distance 1.66mm

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Derek Gardner
60x Achromatic Objective

Good quality image which is consistent with the 4x, 10x and 40x achromatic objectives that came with my microscope. The 60x is much more convenient to use than the 100x Oil Immersion as there is no cleaning of oil from the objective and specimen slide, so it is easy to go back to the lower powered lenses if you want to. In most cases I find the 60x objective powerful enough for most observations. I would recommend this 60x objective - it is well made, the image quality is very good and is excellent value for money. Well done AmScope and thank you!

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Mr J Evans

Excellent quality

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Peter Thorpe
60X Achromatic Microscope Objective for Compound Microscope

As advertised, well made, excellent value, delivered before due date, adequately packed and quickly focusses with other lenses in my turret.

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Mr william kenway
X60 Objective for the compound microscope

Works very well, a delight to use. Thank you.

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Tam?s K?szegi
Altough webpage says it can be ordered, it was out of stock

The fact that I had to cancel my order as the objective was out of stock although the web page showed differently, AND a month later Amscope even asked me to write a review about how I enjoy my new objective, shows how reliable Amscope's web service is. :) Otherwise I am pretty sure the lens is fine.